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Plot[ edit ] In an English village, Crythin Gifford, inthree girls are having a tea party. They suddenly look up at something off-screen and, as though possessed, jump to their deaths from the bedroom window.
Four years later, Kipps is instructed to visit Crythin Gifford to retrieve any relevant documents left by the deceased owner Alice Drablow. And as a prelude to orchestrate the sale of Eel Marsh House, an isolated and desolate estate on the marshland.
The next morning, Arthur goes to meet his legal contact, Mr. Jerome, who tries to hurry him away from the village. Arthur, undeterred, travels to Eel Marsh. There, he is distracted by odd noises, a bolted nursery, and the appearance of a spectral entity in funerary garb.
He hears sounds on the marshes of a carriage in distress and a screaming child, but sees nobody on the causeway. He later attempts to alert the village constable, who dismisses him.
Two children enter the station with their sister Victoria, who has ingested lyebut she subsequently dies almost immediately afterwards. That night, Sam reveals that he and his wife Elisabeth Janet McTeer lost their young son to drowning. Elisabeth suffers from fits of hysteria, which she attributes to her boy speaking through her.
When Sam attempts to drive Arthur to Eel Marsh the next day, a fleet of local men attempt to drive him off. A death certificate reveals that Nathaniel drowned in a carriage accident on the marsh.
The death certificates reveal that Jennet hanged herself from a beam in the nursery, vowing never to forgive Alice. That night, after the front door was tried for several minutes upsetting the dog that barks, Arthur goes outside in a thunderstorm and lightning and also sees visions of dead children in the marshes, Victoria among them.
Arthur finds the nursery no longer locked. Inside, he sees the Woman in Black hanging herself.
When Arthur attempts to save her, he sees the Woman in Black goading the girl into immolating herself. The townspeople blame Arthur for this death as well. Arthur and Sam bury Nathaniel with Jennet, though her voice echoes through the house that she will never forgive the wrongs she suffered.
Assuming Jennet pacified, Arthur and his son Joseph meet at the railway station. While bidding farewell to Sam, Arthur sees the Woman in Black lure Joseph onto the tracks towards an oncoming train. Though he attempts to save him, both Arthur and Joseph are killed by the oncoming train while a horrified Sam sees the spirits of the village children, and the Woman in Black.
After the train passes, Joseph spots a woman in white on the tracks, and Arthur identifies her as his late wife Stella, the family now happily reunited, as the Woman in Black looks ominously on. Development[ edit ] The film was announced in with Jane Goldman as screenwriter  and later James Watkins as director.
Post-production[ edit ] At the Kapow! Comic Con in London during Aprildirector James Watkins confirmed filming had been completed in December and post-production would go on until June Momentum Picturesthe distributor, arranged to have six seconds cut and for changes to other shots, with some scenes darkened and the sound level reduced on some others.
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The whole story of The Woman in Black is set in some indeterminate historical setting. Though it seems like historical fiction because of the pony and trap and the steam train, we never get a clear sense of the date.
"The Woman is Black" is an very good ghost story that should be read in bright daylight.
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